India Immersion: 200hr Prana Flow Yoga Teacher Training
|Living Bhakti - Yoga Retreat|
|Yoga Retreat:||India Immersion: 200hr Prana Flow Yoga Teacher Training||
|Dates:||September 20, 2013 to October 14, 2013|
|Yoga Style:||Vinyasa Yoga|
|Join Maria Garre and Guest Teachers for a rare opportunity to immerse and go deep into the study of Yoga in India. Prana Flow is an energetic, creative, full-spectrum approach to embodying the flow of yoga cultivated by Shiva Rea and the Global Vinyasa Collective of Teachers. During our month together we will enjoy Ganga riverside meditations, Vedic chanting with local temple priests, philosophy and Hindu mythology, and cultural excursions in addition to a comprehensive teacher training curriculum. Rishikesh, known as the Yoga capital of the world, will be our home supporting and nurturing our learning and personal inner transformation. Whether you desire to become a teacher of Yoga or simply dive deeper into the roots of Yoga, this evolutionary training will renew your mind, body and soul!
Curriculum Overview: • Principles and practice of creative and effective sequencing (beginning and intermediate flows) • Ritual arc of class and structure: opening, namaskar, waves, peak poses, counter-posing and closing. • Navigating flow-movement meditations, observation skills, hands-on adjustments, props, verbal cues, music, and other tools. • Mandala of Asanas, Family of Asanas, and Key Actions of Asanas • Understand how self-practice and teaching can serve the flow of daily life – living sadhana. • Apply Shiva’s 3-part vinyasa methodology to standing poses, backbends, arm balances, core abdominals, forward bends, and hip openers, twists and inversions • Alignment through understanding the movements of prana, lines of energy, relationship of opposites in the body and how to open and strengthen core structures from head to toe • Identify anatomical landmarks, muscle groups, holding patters, blockages, internal holding of body relevant to yoga asanas. • Discussion of physical and subtle layers of body: koshas, chakras, nadis. • Discussion, application, and response to classical yogic texts: Baghavad-Gita and Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras • Chanting and understanding of basic universal and bija (seed) mantras • basic introduction to Ayurveda, historical roots, tri-doshic theory and ayurvedic rituals for vibrant livings.
For more information on the teacher training program :www.indiaimmersion.squarespace.com/teacher-training
For more information on Maria Garre: www.mariagarre.com
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